Cancer Research Game Changer - 24 Hour Stream! Wild Gaming.

Game Changer Challenge
17 - 18 Feb 2020

Cancer Research Game Changer - 24 Hour Stream! Wild Gaming.

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Liam Howarth

Total raised


+ £18.75 Gift Aid

200 Complete
200% of £100.00 target

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I'm taking on the Game Changer Challenge for Cancer Research UK, please support me.

In memory of

Grandma and Grandad

This February, I will be taking on a gaming challenge to help raise money for Cancer Research UK. Every penny makes a huge difference to vital cancer research so please help me taking my fundraising the next level and show your support with a donation to my page.

If you can't donate any money, don't worry! Sharing this page on your own platform can help just as much, as it then reaches a larger audience!

For my Game Changer challenge. I will be doing the following:

A special stream on the 4th February (12:00pm GMT start time) for World Cancer day. For this stream I will be trying to complete certain challenges for certain games. These challenges and games are yet to be determined.

A 24 hour stream! I've never done one before and what better way to do one than to raise money for such an important cause? Hope I can see you there! The stream will start on Monday 17th February (12:00pm GMT) and finish on Tuesday 18th February (12:00pm GMT)

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Timpson Group



Well done!


Stream Stuff



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Subs, bits, and personal donation


Robert Southworth



Well done and best of luck





+£2.50 Gift Aid

Margaret Howarth



Good Luck Liam from Grandad and Me xx


Andy Howarth



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck x

Total raised£200.00



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